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PBS
Jan 25, 2013 6:30pm PST
's final -- andy murray beat roger federer. >> this was architect has won an award for his work and in the old and new of a german castle -- a swiss architect. >> the castle ruins in heidelberg are a landmark and a historical document. every year, tens of thousands of tourists come to see it, and they pass through the new entrants designed by architect to decided against modern steel and concrete in favor of the region's warm sandstone. a modern touch in a city that proudly displays its heritage. >> i think that when you are working in such places, it is important to be aware of what your building on and how you can continue to thousand years of building work. >> his latest success is here at hamburg castle, a symbol of the german democracy movement of 1832. he is extended the building using clear lines and restrained proportions of the exterior. inside, the architect has mixed cherry wood frames with furniture of his own design. it is a harmonious blend of old and new. the swiss-born architect says he was not intimidated by the castle's historic meeting for germany. >> of live
CNBC
Jan 25, 2013 4:00am EST
a bit of a benefit from andy murray's performance at the australian open. he's doing quite well against roger federer, i understand. >> i don't know. >> i'll try to share the play by play with you along with the play by play for the british economy. ross, since we're wrapping up davos, you've been there for ser several days now, what is the focus? is it the u.s. recovery story? is it independence, we're seeing a lot of comments from george soro soros. finally being optimism about u.s. growth prospects as the market starts to push bond yields higher. >> and that's -- you know, that's a great point, okay. and is there a risk at some point? but if they're going up for the right reason, then, you know, that's not a bad thing. it also means that that window potentially, if a private equity guys borrow it, it might be a fairly short one. so people are talking about that, kelly. let's bring in christian miser on that particular point, head of corporate global investments. kelly is raising this point about if confidence is returning, we will see yields particularly in the u.s. growth maintains
CSPAN
Jan 24, 2013 9:00am EST
the majority has decided to pass a budget. the new budget chairman, senator murray, said yesterday that her committee will draft a budget. now let's let the senate produce a budget. let's have a budget drawn up. let's have a budget debated. let's figure out what our plans are. budgets lay out plans and we'll see if a budget that a majority in the senate would vote for will pass the straight-face test with the american people. we'll see if this is just another budget that says, okay, here's the amount of money we'd like to spend. it has no relationship to the amount of money we have. let's let that be our budget. the people -- people will no longer tolerate, i'm convinced, the amount of debt and taxes that the spending plan would require. but for them to really think about that, they have to have a spending plan, and i am grateful that the house passed legislation that says we have to have that -- that plan. when the majority in the senate, democrats in the senate have a budget, we'll see how they feel about continuing to attack the budget that the house has been willing to come up with for
CNBC
Jan 23, 2013 9:00am EST
murray, the chairman of the senate budget committee is saying, oh, trust us, we're going to pass a budget. chuck schumer this weekend says, trust us, we're going to pass a budget. they haven't passed a budget in the last four years. so this bill today moving out of the house will force the senate to act, which is something they have not done in the past four years. >> right. finally, congressman, for the most conservative republicans who say even a three-month extension to may 19th is wrong, are you trying to back them off of that ledge and say we need to speak with a unified voice and at least get this done even if it is a short term? >> yeah. look, i think the reason why jim jordan, the former chairman of the roc, the current chairman of the roc, the republican study committee that's the most conservative members of the republican chamber, they have all endorsed this because they realize that if you really want to fix the debt, if you really want to cut spending, you have got to do big things. it can't just be little cuts here and there. so they agree with the strategy here, which is re
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2013 12:00pm EST
sure we meet compelling human need and at the same time get value for our dollar. senator patty murray chairs the subcommittee that funds housing and transportation, again, to make sure that we're rebuilding homes and livelihoods. senator feinstein on the army corps of engineers, again, while they've been doing a heroic job getting the -- keeping the mississippi river open, they want to make sure the shoreline of new york and new jersey and maryland is open for business as well. i could name all of them but those three have done an outstanding job. and i particularly want to acknowledge the help of my colleagues from new york and new jersey. senator schumer has led the way, particularly when there was this difficult time with senator inouye's illness to move this bill. but senator gillibrand, menendez and lautenberg have really been outstanding. this is about colleagues, and i want to thank our colleagues on the other side of the aisle who helped us. i know that -- i really would now like to yield the floor to senator landrieu, who has done such a great job through her subcommittee and
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